GDOT spokesman Mark McKinnon explains this weekend's work.
ATLANTA -- It's full speed ahead for crews building the new transition ramps between I-85 and Georgia-400. Visible progress has been made over the past few months and massive flyover ramps now DOT the landscape. (Get it? DOT).
April 18, 2013
Drivers travelling Northbound this weekend on Georgia 400 can expect some delays as construction progresses to further link the Tollway to I-85.
Cranes will be hoisting massive horizontal support beams to connect a 165-foot span of bridge columns. After that work is complete, contractors can begin building the bridge decks in that section of the project.
The 23-million dollar project is on track for completion in December and the Lindbergh Drive HOV lane will reopen in late July.